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Nelnet Preps 6th ABS of 2014

The $573.3-million deal is split into a $565 million A tranche rated a preliminary ‘AAAsf’ by Fitch and a $8.3 million B piece rated ‘A+sf. The maturities have not yet been determined.

United Airline Plans $1B Aircraft Lease ABS

United Airlines plans to issue an aircraft lease securitization for over $1B that will be secured by 15 new Boeing aircraft and 12 new Embraer aircraft scheduled for delivery from November 2014 to July 2015, according to a deal prospectus.

New York City Preps $126M Tax Lien Securitization

The deal, NYCTL 2014-A, will issue $95.48 million of class A senior certificates that are provisionally rated ‘Aaa’ by Moody’s; they are set to mature in November 2027.

Several Deals Clear Non-Traditional ABS Pipeline

Non-traditional asset-backed securities led the issuance pipeline in a relatively quiet week, bringing volume for the asset class for the year to date to $10.2 billion, according to Standard & Poor’s.

Rhode Island Refinancing Tobacco Settlement Bonds

Rhode Island has already securitized 100% of the payments it receives from tobacco companies under the 1998 master settlement to bondholders. Nevertheless, the state has found a way to refinance and take some more money off the table.

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Volcker Rule Extension for CLOs Comes with Big Catch

A two-year extension to the deadline for banks to conform CLO holdings to the Volcker Rule doesn't apply to all, the Federal Reserve says.

CLO Pros See No Letup in Demand

Despite regulatory hurdles, participants see nothing in the way of issuance reaching $60 billion to $70 billion this year.

Babson CEO Finke: CLOs Often Unfairly Judged

Finke says the industry needs to address the lack of understanding about its performance and role in the economy.

Cutting Solar Funding Costs

Two academics argue that aggreggating standardized assets is key to solar securitization, which can meaningfully reduce funding costs for developers.

Still No Volcker Relief for CLOs

Despite pressure from Capitol Hill, regulators are disinclined to allow banks to hold collateralized loan obligations backed by bonds.

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Single-Asset, Single-Loan CMBS is Back

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